Some weeks ago I’ve received a neat email claiming to come from the Postbank Team. Despite the fact that I am NOT a customer of Postbank, the mail was quite badly assembled. There were so many typos in the email, that it is unlikely for such a mail to origin from Postbank. Have a look at yourself:
Therefore, always be alarmed when receiving such mails. Check origin, always contact customer service BEFORE providing passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive information.
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